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Behind the Façade of Tantric Buddhism
Behind the Façade of Tantric Buddhism, a series of four volumes, explores the doctrines of the Secret Mantra Vehicle, also known as Tibetan Buddhism. In reality, Tantric Buddhism is wholly unrelated to Buddhism, given that its cultivation of Highest Yoga is nothing but the lustful practice of sexual union. Such a faith based on copulation contradicts the Buddha's discourses, violates morality and ethics, disturbs social order, and has wrecked the peace and harmony of countless families. In contrast, the Jonang School that emerged in Tibet propagated the doctrine of "other-emptiness," which allows followers to realize the Tathagatagarbha and to directly comprehend how it generates all phenomena. As the Jonang School is the sole Tibetan lineage that teaches the Buddha Dharma, it stands as the only true Tibetan Buddhist tradition. This in-depth exposé illustrates the authentic Buddha Dharma and reveals the fallacies concealed behind the Buddhist veneer of Tantric Buddhism, hoping to guide the public onto the correct path to Buddhahood.
Self and No Self
The Buddha Dharma of the Three Vehicles speaks of the notion of No Self. Nonetheless, so many famous Buddhist masters, both monastics and lay practitioners, often fail to grasp the real meaning of No Self. All the Three-Vehicle Sutras—the Agama Sutras, prajna paramita, and Consciousness-Only—have implicitly and explicitly expounded the true principle of "No Self" and "Self." Although the Mahayana Dharma teaches No Self, it is not a nihilistic view of the emptiness of all phenomena; instead, it reveals the ultimate reality of the remainderless nirvana—the true mind. This true mind is called the Self of the non-self, the mind of the non-mind, and the true reality of all phenomena. Upon realizing this mind, one will comprehend the true reality and immediately bring forth the Mahayana wisdom pertaining to prajna; thus, one will be referred to as a sage or saint of Mahayana "distinctive teaching." It is hoped that every monastic Dharma master will first understand this principle to avoid misleading himself and others while trying to expound the Dharma. By doing so, both the master and his disciples will be on the right path toward awakening and post-awakening cultivation.
Entering the Dharma-Door of Buddha-Mindfulness
This book is a concise summary of the contents of the Dharma door of Buddha-Mindfulness. It enumerates various expedients to help practitioners learn the proper steps of practicing Buddha-Mindfulness, progressing from an orientation toward sign-dependent mindfulness to signless mindfulness, and then finally to actually realizing the Buddha-Mindfulness samadhi.